Edited by
Folkert, Atley and Will

Running on


“Sound travels as compression waves through gases and liquids. Stable in its immateriality it remains true to its original data. Here sound input has a stronger power over a flow field. It creates waves that propagate through the fluid. When two sound waves run towards each other, they collide and interfere with each other's patterns. A snapshot of this collision is translated into a 3D model and produced with a milling machine.” —Eva Schindling

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